Nokia Asha 305 Review, Nokia has now put their step in the world of smartphone. Nokia has commenced their Asha Touch range of mobile phones, and spreading out the Asha family of handsets with three new models, the Nokia Asha 305, Nokia Asha 306 and Nokia Asha 311, which are basically premeditated to deliver a rich smartphone experience to customers who want to get rid of expensive smartphone and their short life batteries.
Nokia Asha 305
The Nokia Asha 305 includes a wide range of features like a 3-inch WQVGA resistive touch screen, a 2 megapixel camera, Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR, dual band connectivity, exclusive Easy Swap dual SIM, Nokia Maps, Nokia Browser, 40 EA games available to download, 64MB internal memory, and micro SD expansion up to 32GB. This all in all offers the customers a big bomb packed in small case of Nokia. The Asha 305 is an Easy Swap dual-SIM phone that means users got rid of switching the telephone on and off for changing the SIM. They now don’t have to power it down to change the SIMs. Nokia Asha 305 with a 3-inch display allows the users filch to shortcuts. There’s 2G GPRS connectivity, a 2MP camera with video capabilities is on board, along with an FM radio, a music player, and Nokia Maps for navigation, all the email and messaging options.
The customers are going to receive a gift by Nokia that will be an “exclusive gift,” Nokia said in a statement while addressing the press on 6th June that now buyers can download 40 free games from EA (Electronic Arts) for free and keep forever. Game lovers will now don’t have to deal with trail versions. According to the analyst phones are going to be launched in high-growth markets such as Asia, where Nokia has a foothold which was endangered by low-end BlackBerry devices from Research In Motion. “Asha” is the word derived from Hindi language which means “Hope”, which Nokia really needs for.
IDC, a research form in a June 6 found in the report and said that it expects feature phone shipments to decline by 10 percent this year, as customers due to economic prospects, tentative job and inflation circumstances are going to keep hold on to their phones. Despite an expected growth rate of 38.8 percent year-over-year for smartphones, reduced feature phone purchases are expected to result in overall mobile phone shipments of 1.8 billion units this year, up from 1.7 billion units in 2011. This time the Nokia Asha 305 Review feature phone market is expected a 4 percent annual growth rate that will be the industry’s lowest percentage since 2009.